Enjoy films that combine violence and beauty? If so, ‘Viva Brasil’ is for you. Chile 1962 is undisputedly the bloodiest FIFA World Cup ever, with ‘The Battle of Santiago’ the pick of a series of slugfests. The tournament was also packed with glamour and ultimately belonged to the South Americans. Marcos Coll scored direct from a corner as Colombia produced a miraculous comeback to draw 4-4 with reigning European champions Soviet Union, Chile caused upset after upset to finish third, and Garrincha and Brazil danced their way to back-to-back triumphs.